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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Cat

Seattle, WA, 98125
Pet name:
Domestic Long Hair
Cream Point
COURTESY POST. PLEASE NOTE, RED has not met or evaluated this cat, all info below is provided by his foster home. 

Meet Peachy! This 3 year old boy has cream and pale peach colored fur ( flame point ) with blue eyes.   Very affectionate, loves his human and wants to be a companion kitty.  Abandoned and lived outside fending for himself through 2 harsh winters in Wa state before foster mama could convince in to come into his current home. Took him several weeks to decompress and now wants a home of his own.  He’s engaging and talkative with a soft husky voice. Very loving and playful. Loves his fish and/or mouse on a pole toy. Can play ruff at times if he get overstimulated so would do best in an adult home. He’s litter box trained, uses and loves his cardboard scratch pad and lets you brush his fur. Loves chin scratches. Love sitting in his windowsill bed in the sun. A snuggle bug but let’s you know when he’s done. Would do best with adults only no young children. FIV positive and must be indoor cat only. Would thrive as an only cat or with an FIV positive kitten only.

Adoption Donation for this companion animal is $100.00. Adoption Donation helps to cover some of REDs cost while caring for this animal. Like supportive care housing, food, spay/neuter, shots, worming, rabies vaccine, microchip and registration. All donations go to fund RED’s lifesaving mission. Adoption Donation helps to cover some of REDs cost while caring for this animal. Like supportive care housing, food, spay or neuter, combo testing for felv/fiv, combination vaccine and worming to date. micro chip and registration of that micro chip. R.E.D. is a 501 C3 non profit and all donations support our life saving mission. For more information on R.E.D. or the on line application to apply for this companion animal go to TO APPLY TO ADOPT: On line application is required and can be found at look under adoption. Not all applicants will be approved for requested animals. R.E.D. reserves the right to refuse service and adoption without explanation. R.E.D. requires applicants and adopters to conduct themselves in a respectful and polite manner. R.E.D. is the companion animals advocate and will select the most suitably matched home/environment for the the companion animals emotional needs and management requirements based on each companion animals breed(s) general needs and the unique needs of each individual animal in our care. Please, read the following information be for applying. NOTE: (1) Feline Cat Adoption Donations are generally 85.00. to 200.00 for kittens and cats. (2) Cats and Kittens/Litters/Mothers are generally FELV and/or FIV tested, spayed or neutered prior to adoption, vaccinated with 4 way and wormed to date and generally are micro chipped. (3) You must be at least 18 years of age to complete the application or to apply to adopt a companion animal. (4) For the safety of children and kittens/cats and limited information on the cats interaction with children- R.E.D generally prefers/requires children in adoptive home to be approximately 5 years of age and up unless otherwise noted in the cats profile. All children must be behavior appropriate with animals. (5) R.E.D. does not a ship animals to out of state adopters. Out of state adopters must come to meet the animal in person in Washington if approved for a meet and greet with a R.E.D. companion animal. Thank you.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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